Painted Ladies

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Penguin, Oct 5, 2010 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Spenser had a simple job-protect an art scholar during a ransom exchange for a stolen painting. No one was supposed to die. But the scholar had secrets no one knew, and uncovering them will endanger Spenser as well.
 

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Review: Painted Ladies (Spenser #38)

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A quick, enjoyable read. It's mostly light banter vs. description or narrative, which is both good and bad. Interesting characters, revealed primarily through what they say. This is the first Robert B ... Read full review

Review: Painted Ladies (Spenser #38)

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The 4 stars must be kept in the context of Detective novels. These books won't change your life but Robert B. Parker is the king of Detective stories. When I'm in a bit of a reading rut, I knock out one of these entertaining bad boys and that usually gets me going again. Read full review

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Robert B. Parker was the author of more than fifty books. He died in January 2010.

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